Thursday, September 9, 2010

Bookmarks!


I love this bookmark! I've already been using it. The image of the little kids is actually from a vintage Christmas card. These corner bookmarks are so easy to use.
It's so darling "saving the spot for me." The papers are Fancy Pants. The frame stamp and the sentiment are from Papertrey Ink. Charlene commented on a bookmark from an earlier post and told me about a new blog, Paper Cubed or P3. I checked it out and they've had some great challenges. For the month of September, it's all about bookmarks.
This soldered charm bookmark is similar to the one I made for my mom for Mother's Day. Silhouettes are a particular favorite of mine.
The initial on the back is from a victorian alphabet.
Amazingly, that pretty ribbon was in the dollar bin at Michaels. Another thank you goes to City Crafter Challenge blog for choosing my haunted house card in the previous post as a spotlight card. THANK YOU!

9 comments:

  1. This is so adorable Lori, love it, love the vintage image, love the colors of the seam binding ribbons, love the corner bookmark, I've been seeing a lot of them, need to check it out and make one too.
    I do love that PTI stamp set too, which I hasn't use them enough!

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  2. WOW WOW WOW Lori, these are fantastic...hugs

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  3. gorgeous bookmarks, lori! i just made a corner one for the ATS challenge, super fun! love your vintagey yummy one! love the framed one too. so pretty! thanks for sharing and have a great friday! *hugs* steph :)

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  4. I am just in love with those bookmarks! I think anyone who likes to read as much as we do would be!
    Absolutely gorgeous!!

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  5. WOW...what gorgeous bookmarks Lori. I love all the detail that went into making these!

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  6. Really sweet bookmark! Such an adorable image. Thanks for joining in the fun this month at Paper Cubed.

    Michelle :-)

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  7. This is adorable, I love the vintage kids. Glad you could participate in the challenge for this month.

    Sandy

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  8. Gorgeous vintage bookmark, Lori! Love the binding!

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